How can you do your best work during this difficult period of perpetual work-from-home? We’ll explore how journalists around the company are learning to listen more, communicate better, celebrate good work, constructively identify areas for improvement and reconnect in ways that return some of the joy and fulfillment we’ve been missing. This session is packed with concrete examples of what’s working.
More training on Managing teams:
Management is a marathon
Practical advice for new managers (and potential new managers) on overcoming obstacles, working effectively in a hybrid newsroom, pacing yourself and, always, moving forward, even when you hit that wall at Mile 20.
Listening effectively: Lessons from an extreme extrovert
Hear from Louisville editor Mary Irby-Jones on how she learned to stop talking so she could hear other people.
How editors can support writers with mental health conditions
It’s important for editors to allow for long-term adjustments that might wax and wane as a writer’s health fluctuates.